This photo has really captured the colour well. I love it!
I am still working on the Folk Mittens pattern but because it requires so much concentration to work with the chart and I haven't had a lot of brain power left after skiing every day this week, it's going a little slowly.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, I got the Harlot's Secret Life of a Knitter for Christmas and I was reading her piece on Startitis - the constant need to start new projects all the time. It made me realize that I've been far too disciplined lately and haven't had more than two projects on the go for ages - one for travel that was small and easy to carry and one that was larger or required charts, etc for knitting at home. Much too practical, I'd say.
Soooo, I decided I needed to start a few things this weekend. This is going to be a twisted rib hat but with a design twist of my own. Thanks toTerri for her pattern.
I also have a pair of socks on the go and I dug out the yarn to start a draft stopper, some leg warmers (for skiing, of course!), and some more computer mittens.
I, Michele of beknitted, do solemnly swear that I will endeavour to be less disciplined and organized with my knitting projects because that is way too boring, even for me!
Happy weekend knitting, eh! M